Monday, September 16, 2019

Stockbroker Sentenced for Tax Convictions - Corporate Returns are DUE TODAY


A washed up wheeler-dealer was sentenced to 180 months in prison and ordered to pay $777,880 to the IRS and $258,940 to the State Tax Department. He also has to pay $5,000,000 to his various victims, which in all likelihood, will never happen. Apparently, the scandalous salesman stepped off the straight and narrow, and as a matter of personal preference, gave up the blue chips, preferring to peddle securities that purportedly invested in real estate, but in reality, were used to fuel and finance his over-the-top liquor soaked hooker laden lifestyle.
Selig & Associates
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We successfully solve IRS and New York State Tax problems, including suspended Drivers Licenses and Passports. Specializing in large dollar Payroll, Sales and Income Tax Representation for Individuals, Professional Practices and Businesses. 

We negotiate excellent Payment Plans, Audits, Offers in Compromise, Payroll & Trust Fund Recovery Penalties, and most other tax issues. Do you have Unfiled Tax Returns? We can have them prepared and filed for you within 48 hours, guaranteed. Same day and emergency appointments are available Monday through Friday in our New York City office. `

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Sunday, September 15, 2019

Medical Doctor Sentenced for Tax Evasion




A dejected doctor was sentenced to the slammer, plus three years of supervised release, and ordered to pay $1,603,533 in restitution to the United States government. The avaricious anesthesiologist was indicted for concealing approximately $2,100,163 in income from the Internal Revenue Service and failing to pay approximately $562,083 in federal income taxes. And when the smoke finally cleared, the misguided medical man was convicted by a jury on seven counts of willful evasion of tax assessment and two counts of willful failure to file a tax return.
We take a practical approach to problem solving and strive to obtain the best possible outcome for our clients

We successfully solve IRS and New York State Tax problems, including suspended Drivers Licenses and Passports. Specializing in large dollar Payroll, Sales and Income Tax Representation for Individuals, Professional Practices and Businesses. 

We negotiate excellent Payment Plans, Audits, Offers in Compromise, Payroll & Trust Fund Recovery Penalties, and most other tax issues. Do you have Unfiled Tax Returns? We can have them prepared and filed for you within 48 hours, guaranteed. Same day and emergency appointments are available Monday through Friday in our New York City office. `

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Friday, September 13, 2019

We successfully solve IRS and New York State Tax problems, including suspended Drivers Licenses and Passports


We take a practical approach to problem solving and strive to obtain the best possible outcome for our clients

We successfully solve IRS and New York State Tax problems, including suspended Drivers Licenses and Passports. Specializing in large dollar Payroll, Sales and Income Tax Representation for Individuals, Professional Practices and Businesses. 

We negotiate excellent Payment Plans, Audits, Offers in Compromise, Payroll & Trust Fund Recovery Penalties, and most other tax issues. Do you have Unfiled Tax Returns? We can have them prepared and filed for you within 48 hours, guaranteed. Same day and emergency appointments are available Monday through Friday in our New York City office. 

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I came, gentlemen,’ said Mr. Pickwick, gazing placidly on the two partners, ‘I came here, gentlemen, to express the surprise with which I received your letter of the other day, and to inquire what grounds of action you can have against me.’
‘Grounds of—’ Fogg had ejaculated this much, when he was stopped by Dodson.
‘Mr. Fogg,’ said Dodson, ‘I am going to speak.’ ‘I beg your pardon, Mr. Dodson,’ said Fogg.
‘For the grounds of action, sir,’ continued Dodson, with moral elevation in his air, ‘you will consult your own conscience and your own feelings. We, Sir, we, are guided entirely by the statement of our client. That statement, Sir, may be true, or it may be false; it may be credible, or it may be incredible; but, if it be true, and if it be credible, I do not hesitate to say, Sir, that our grounds of action, Sir, are strong, and not to be shaken. You may be an unfortunate man, Sir, or you may be a designing one; but if I were called upon, as a juryman upon my oath, Sir, to express an opinion of your conduct, Sir, I do not hesitate to assert that I should have but one opinion about it.’ Here Dodson drew himself up, with an air of offended virtue, and looked at Fogg, who thrust his hands farther in his pockets, and nodding his head sagely, said, in a tone of the fullest concurrence, ‘Most certainly.’
‘Well, Sir,’ said Mr. Pickwick, with considerable pain depicted in his countenance, ‘you will permit me to assure you that I am a most unfortunate man, so far as this case is concerned.’
‘I hope you are, Sir,’ replied Dodson; ‘I trust you may be, Sir. If you are really innocent of what is laid to your charge, you are more unfortunate than I had believed any man could possibly be. What do you say, Mr. Fogg?’
‘I say precisely what you say,’ replied Fogg, with a smile of incredulity.
‘The writ, Sir, which commences the action,’ continued Dodson, ‘was issued regularly. Mr. Fogg, where is the praecipebook?’
‘Here it is,’ said Fogg, handing over a square book, with a parchment cover.
‘Here is the entry,’ resumed Dodson. ‘“Middlesex, Capias MARTHA BARDELL, WIDOW, v. SAMUEL PICKWICK. Damages #1500. Dodson & Fogg for the plaintiff, Aug. 28, 1827.” All regular, Sir; perfectly.’ Dodson coughed and looked at Fogg, who said ‘Perfectly,’ also. And then they both looked at Mr. Pickwick.
‘I am to understand, then,’ said Mr. Pickwick, ‘that it really is your intention to proceed with this action?’
‘Understand, sir!—that you certainly may,’ replied Dodson, with something as near a smile as his importance would allow.
‘And that the damages are actually laid at fifteen hundred pounds?’ said Mr. Pickwick.
‘To which understanding you may add my assurance, that if we could have prevailed upon our client, they would have been laid at treble the amount, sir,’ replied Dodson. ‘I believe Mrs. Bardell specially said, however,’ observed Fogg, glancing at Dodson, ‘that she would not compromise for a farthing less.’
‘Unquestionably,’ replied Dodson sternly. For the action was only just begun; and it wouldn’t have done to let Mr. Pickwick compromise it then, even if he had been so disposed.
‘As you offer no terms, sir,’ said Dodson, displaying a slip of parchment in his right hand, and affectionately pressing a paper copy of it, on Mr. Pickwick with his left, ‘I had better serve you with a copy of this writ, sir. Here is the original, sir.’
‘Very well, gentlemen, very well,’ said Mr. Pickwick, rising in person and wrath at the same time; ‘you shall hear from my solicitor, gentlemen.’
‘We shall be very happy to do so,’ said Fogg, rubbing his hands.
‘Very,’ said Dodson, opening the door.
‘And before I go, gentlemen,’ said the excited Mr. Pickwick, turning round on the landing, ‘permit me to say, that of all the disgraceful and rascally proceedings—’
‘Stay, sir, stay,’ interposed Dodson, with great politeness. ‘Mr. Jackson! Mr. Wicks!’
‘Sir,’ said the two clerks, appearing at the bottom of the stairs.
‘I merely want you to hear what this gentleman says,’ replied Dodson. ‘Pray, go on, sir—disgraceful and rascally proceedings, I think you said?’
‘I did,’ said Mr. Pickwick, thoroughly roused. ‘I said, Sir, that of all the disgraceful and rascally proceedings that ever were attempted, this is the most so. I repeat it, sir.’
‘You hear that, Mr. Wicks,’ said Dodson.
‘You won’t forget these expressions, Mr. Jackson?’ said Fogg.
‘Perhaps you would like to call us swindlers, sir,’ said Dodson. ‘Pray do, Sir, if you feel disposed; now pray do, Sir.’
‘I do,’ said Mr. Pickwick. ‘You areswindlers.’
‘Very good,’ said Dodson. ‘You can hear down there, I hope, Mr. Wicks?’
‘Oh, yes, Sir,’ said Wicks.
‘You had better come up a step or two higher, if you can’t,’ added Mr. Fogg. ‘Go on, Sir; do go on. You had better call us thieves, Sir; or perhaps You would like to assault one Of us. Pray do it, Sir, if you would; we will not make the smallest resistance. Pray do it, Sir.’
As Fogg put himself very temptingly within the reach of Mr. Pickwick’s clenched fist, there is little doubt that that gentleman would have complied with his earnest entreaty, but for the interposition of Sam, who, hearing the dispute, emerged from the office, mounted the stairs, and seized his master by the arm.
‘You just come away,’ said Mr. Weller. ‘Battledore and shuttlecock’s a wery good game, vhen you ain’t the shuttlecock and two lawyers the battledores, in which case it gets too excitin’ to be pleasant. Come avay, Sir. If you want to ease your mind by blowing up somebody, come out into the court and blow up me; but it’s rayther too expensive work to be carried on here.’
And without the slightest ceremony, Mr. Weller hauled his master down the stairs, and down the court, and having safely deposited him in Cornhill, fell behind, prepared to follow whithersoever he should lead.
Mr. Pickwick walked on abstractedly, crossed opposite the Mansion House, and bent his steps up Cheapside. Sam began to wonder where they were going, when his master turned round, and said—
‘Sam, I will go immediately to Mr. Perker’s.’
‘That’s just exactly the wery place vere you ought to have gone last night, Sir,’ replied Mr. Weller.
‘I think it is, Sam,’ said Mr. Pickwick. ‘I knowit is,’ said Mr. Weller.
‘Well, well, Sam,’ replied Mr. Pickwick, ‘we will go there at once; but first, as I have been rather ruffled, I should like a glass of brandy–and–water warm, Sam. Where can I have it, Sam?’

Thursday, September 12, 2019

Attorney Sentenced for Tax Evasion

A tax-cheating attorney was discovered, disgraced and disbarred. Then in a separate action, the same avaricious advocate was tried, convicted and sentenced to 20 months in prison and ordered to pay the IRS $317,000 + in restitution. The shady solicitor attempted to evade federal income taxes for five consecutive years. The bad-luck barrister tried to conceal his shenanigans by making false statements to IRS Agents with the intent to evade and defeat the actions of the IRS (holy-cow!) Are you in trouble with the IRS or State? Don’t be a DUMMKOPH! Call (212) 974-3435 today

We take a practical approach to problem solving and strive to obtain the best possible outcome for our clients

We successfully solve IRS and New York State Tax problems, including suspended Drivers Licenses and Passports. Specializing in large dollar Payroll, Sales and Income Tax Representation for Individuals, Professional Practices and Businesses. 

We negotiate excellent Payment Plans, Audits, Offers in Compromise, Payroll & Trust Fund Recovery Penalties, and most other tax issues. Do you have Unfiled Tax Returns? We can have them prepared and filed for you within 48 hours, guaranteed. Same day and emergency appointments are available Monday through Friday in our New York City office. `

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Man Sentenced for Filing False Tax Returns and Impeding the Internal Revenue Laws


A former high-flyer was sentenced to 72 months in prison following his conviction on filing false tax returns and corruptly endeavoring to impede the due administration of the internal revenue laws. If you’re in trouble with the IRS or State call (212) 974-3435 today. 

Selig & Associates
We take a practical approach to problem solving and strive to obtain the best possible outcome for our clients


We successfully solve IRS and New York State Tax problems, including suspended Drivers Licenses and Passports. Specializing in large dollar Payroll, Sales and Income Tax Representation for Individuals, Professional Practices and Businesses. 

We negotiate excellent Payment Plans, Audits, Offers in Compromise, Payroll & Trust Fund Recovery Penalties, and most other tax issues. Do you have Unfiled Tax Returns? We can have them prepared and filed for you within 48 hours, guaranteed. Same day and emergency appointments are available Monday through Friday in our New York City office. `

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Friday, September 6, 2019

Pretty Peculator Purloins Pecuniary Prize (Sexy Embezzler Sentenced for Tax Evasion)


A busty bookkeeper who pocketed plenty was carted off to prison for  36 months, followed by 3 years of supervised release, and ordered to pay $193,909 in restitution. The bleach blonde bubblehead devised a devilish scheme to defraud the boss’s company. Notwithstanding all the adultery and ensuing embezzlement, the thing that really got her french panties into a twist was that she failed to file income tax returns for years 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011 and then committed a "whole lotta love" a/k/a income tax evasion (she also made false statements to IRS criminal investigators). 
Selig & Associates
We take a practical approach to problem solving and strive to obtain the best possible outcome for our clients


We successfully solve IRS and New York State Tax problems, including suspended Drivers Licenses and Passports. Specializing in large dollar Payroll, Sales and Income Tax Representation for Individuals, Professional Practices and Businesses. 

We negotiate excellent Payment Plans, Audits, Offers in Compromise, Payroll & Trust Fund Recovery Penalties, and most other tax issues. Do you have Unfiled Tax Returns? We can have them prepared and filed for you within 48 hours, guaranteed. Same day and emergency appointments are available Monday through Friday in our New York City office. `

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Wednesday, September 4, 2019

Married Couple Sentenced and Sent to Slammer (Failure to Pay Income Tax is Serious)


A not-so-happy husband and wife were sentenced to 36 and 12 months respectively for violating federal tax laws (not paying income taxes). The lamentable lovebirds were also ordered to pay restitution in the amounts of $1,969,463 and $1,937,267 respectively, which represents unpaid IRS taxes and every penalty the IRS could apply. After that, criminal fines of $250,000 and $100,000 were imposed on the disillusioned duo respectively. And after they were beaten down, broken and bankrupted, both battered defendants wearily agreed to the imposition of a fraud assessment (an additional $3 million dollars). The crestfallen couple has already paid more than $4 million in back taxes and interest (and that still isn’t enough for the IRS). 

If you are "playing fast and loose with the rules" call David Selig directly. Selig will get you into legal compliance and do everything possible to help you solve your tax problem.
Selig & Associates
We take a practical approach to problem solving and strive to obtain the best possible outcome for our clients


We successfully solve IRS and New York State Tax problems, including suspended Drivers Licenses and Passports. Specializing in large dollar Payroll, Sales and Income Tax Representation for Individuals, Professional Practices and Businesses. 

We negotiate excellent Payment Plans, Audits, Offers in Compromise, Payroll & Trust Fund Recovery Penalties, and most other tax issues. Do you have Unfiled Tax Returns? We can have them prepared and filed for you within 48 hours, guaranteed. Same day and emergency appointments are available Monday through Friday in our New York City office. `

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Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Female Psychiatrist Sent to Slammer for Tax Evasion

A prominent psychiatrist was sentenced to 18 months in prison, one year of supervised release, and ordered to pay a whopping $565,128 in restitution to the IRS for tax evasion. In 2005 the curvaceous counselor failed to pay taxes and filed a false and fraudulent tax return with the IRS. And if that wasn't enough,  from 2009 through 2011, the disingenuous doctor falsely claimed to have no taxable income, and as such, claimed that she owed no taxes. In reality, the red hot head shrinker was pocketing a cool $240,000+ each and every year. 
Selig & Associates
We take a practical approach to problem solving and strive to obtain the best possible outcome for our clients


We successfully solve IRS and New York State Tax problems, including suspended Drivers Licenses and Passports. Specializing in large dollar Payroll, Sales and Income Tax Representation for Individuals, Professional Practices and Businesses. 

We negotiate excellent Payment Plans, Audits, Offers in Compromise, Payroll & Trust Fund Recovery Penalties, and most other tax issues. Do you have Unfiled Tax Returns? We can have them prepared and filed for you within 48 hours, guaranteed. Same day and emergency appointments are available Monday through Friday in our New York City office. `

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Stockbroker Sentenced for Tax Convictions - Corporate Returns are DUE TODAY

Truetaxhelp.com A washed up wheeler-dealer was sentenced to 180 months in prison and ordered to pay $777,880 to the IRS and $258,940 ...